Chris Brown’s BET tears were FAKE!

During Chris Brown’s performance of Michael Jackson’s song, Man In The Mirror, at the BET Awards this year, he cried like a little girl.

Some say that Lloyd told him to cry, while others said it was genuine. Either way, it was a good move for his career, obviously.

Now, a witness is claiming that the whole crying thing was FAKED!

Us Magazine reports:

An insider tells the crying was fake.

Before he took the stage to belt out “Man in the Mirror,” a backstage source tells Us one of Brown’s bodyguards gave the singer, 21, tear-inducing eye drops.

Brown’s rep denies it, telling Us that Brown simply “was moved by the opportunity to pay tribute to his idol.” But the witness says Brown definitely used drops. See the top 10 shameless male crying displays.

Says the source, “He rubbed it in and he started crying.”

Oh snap! That can’t bode well for his precious career, now can it? Do you feel duped?

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